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Green Marketing and its Implication Problem in Bangladesh


Mohammad Shamsuddoha


University of Chittagong

November 16, 2004

Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 216-224, 2005

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Although environmental issues influence all human activities, few academic disciplines have integrated green issues into their literature. This is especially true in marketing. As society becomes more concerned with the natural environment, businesses have begun to modify their behavior in an attempt to address society's "new" concerns. Some businesses ha ve been quick to accept concepts like environmental management systems and waste minimization, and have integrated environmental issues into all organizational activities. Some evidence of this is the development of journals such as "Business Strategy and the Environment" and "Greener Management International," which are specifically designed to disseminate research relating to business' environmental behavior. One business area where environmental issues have received a great deal of discussion in the popu lar and professional press is marketing. Terms like "Green Marketing" and "Environmental marketing" appear frequently in the popular press. Many governments around the world have become so concerned about green marketing activities that they have attempted to regulate them. In Bangladesh, Green issues are new for all company because they did not have any practiced of it's before. The researcher will find out what is all about green marketing and implication problem of green marketing.

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Keywords: Green Marketing, Implication, Bangladesh

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Shamsuddoha, Mohammad, Green Marketing and its Implication Problem in Bangladesh (November 16, 2004). Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 216-224, 2005. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1302311

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Mohammad Shamsuddoha (Contact Author)
University of Chittagong ( email )
Department of Marketing, Faculty of Business Admin
University of Chittagong, Bangladesh
Chittagong, Chittagong 4331
Bangladesh
HOME PAGE: http://www.shamsuddoha.webs.com
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